Workstream | Agriculture
    Ongoing
    Farmers in many parts of the world set fire to cultivated fields to clear stubble, weeds and waste before sowing a new crop. While this practice may be fast and economical, it is highly unsustainable...
    Open agricultural burning
    Activity | Waste
    Ivory Coast | Ongoing
    The city of Abidjan generates around 1.2 to 1.7 million tonnes of waste a year. With the support of the Coalition's Municipal Solid Waste Initiative, the city aims to strengthen the capacity of its...
    Abidjan, Cote D'Ivoire
    Activity | Waste
    Ethiopia | Ongoing
    The city of Addis Ababa, Ethiopia is receiving support from the Coalition to: Complete SLCP emissions baseline Improve organic waste diversion Improve waste collection efficiency Design, construction...
    Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
    Activity | Waste
    Jordan | Ongoing
    The city of Amman (Jordan) is receiving support from the Coalition to: Implement landfill gas recovery and electricity generation Construction of a clean materials recovery facility (MRF)...
    Amman, Jordan
    Activity | SNAP
    Chad | Ongoing
    The Ministry of Environment, Water and Fishing of Chad is working with our Supporting National Planning (SNAP) Initiative to develop an integrated emission inventory of greenhouse gases, short-lived...
    Place de la nation lors du festival Dary édition 2018 by Yacoub. CC BY-SA 4.0
    Activity | Waste
    Tanzania | Ongoing
    As an actor in the Coalition's Municipal Solid Waste initiative, the city of Dar es Salaam, Tanzania is committed to reducing short-lived climate pollutant emissions from the waste sector.
    Activity | Waste
    South Africa | Ongoing
    As a mentor city in the Coalition's Municipal Solid Waste initiative, the city of eThekwini, South Africa is sharing its experience and knowledge with other cities in the African continent.
    Activity | Agriculture
    Nigeria | Ongoing
    With funding from the Coalition's Solution Centre, the International Cryosphere and Climate Initiative (ICCI) and researchers from Miami Ohio University and Michigan Technolgical University are using...
    Open burning map Nigeria

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